Peach Cobbler Cookie Cups

You might remember that I am on my freezer challenge still.  I will be on this for a LONG time.  I alway had tons of fruit packaged and frozen ready to make apple, peach or rhubarb crisp for Kramer.  I typically make one each week for him to pack in his lunch.  Well he passed away last June and I am not at all using the frozen fruit as I hoped.  I have a lot and am always on the lookout for recipes that might use one of those things, rhubarb, apples or peaches…blueberries too.

Well..I saw a recipe for Peach Cobbler Cookies.  They looked fabulous and the ingredient list looked “to easy to be true”.

The recipe is so easy, I don’t think you’ll believe it either.  You can find the recipe..

You’ll want to get the real recipe by following the link above but essentially you cut a pack of sugar cookie dough into 24 pieces.  Put that in a greased muffin tin.  Bake them for a little bit.  Pull them out.  Press the dough and added chopped pie filling.  (I used my frozen peaches that I had made into pie filling) Put some streusel on top….

Back into the oven for a bit…then once they are out, make a glaze for them.
How easy…and best of all, they look like you really did something fancy.

I don’t know that I would call them a cookie though, more a of dessert.  They would be nice for an extra special treat for a brunch.

Everyone at the Kramer house gave them two thumbs up.  Craig said, “You can make them again and again.”  Craig has the biggest sweet tooth here now since Kramer isn’t here so he would know if they were good or not!!

This recipe scores on two different points for me.  They are delicious and they helped me use up some peaches.  Admittedly, they didn’t use up a lot of peaches but it was a start.

If you missed the link I provided above for these Peach Cobbler Cookies, you can find it HERE.

7 thoughts on “Peach Cobbler Cookie Cups”

  1. If you wanted to cut the sugar, I wonder if they would work with regular pie dough or refrigerated biscuits?

  2. I have an overnight oatmeal recipe that is a hit at our house. The peaches and blueberries would work really well in it. We use a lot of frozen fruit with our yogurt smoothies also. If you are interested in the oatmeal recipe I will get it to you.

  3. They sound delicious!

    I wish I had some of your rhubarb. I do love it :-)

    Craig will enjoy anything you want to make, I’m sure.

  4. These sound delicious and might be good with just about any type of fruit.
    I’ll save this recipe for when we see the kids again.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Love and prayers

  5. Have you tried baked oatmeal? Maybe known as Amish baked oatmeal. Not overnight oatmeal. It is a good place to use up fruit.

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